List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 150

budlung

Cebuano

v. dig out plants with deep-running roots. Kinahanglan budlúngun gayud ang kúgun kay lawum ug dulut, You have to really dig out the cogon grass, because it runs deep; n. heavy metal bar for digging out weeds with deep roots.



budlut

Cebuano

a. sticking out, protruding. Budlut ug simud, Lips that stick out; v. bulge, protrude. Mibudlut (namudlut) íyang kaunuran pag-alsa níya sa barbil, His flesh bulged when he lifted the barbell. Nagbudlut ang íyang mata, His eyes bulge.


budluy

Cebuano

n. kind of mackerel scad or round scad: Decapterus macrosoma.


búdu

Cebuano

see búru.


budyas

Cebuano

see bugyas.


budyong

Cebuano

blare


budyong

Cebuano

n. blast


budyong

Cebuano

n. trumpet


budyong

Cebuano

toot


budyung

Cebuano

n. 1. helmet shells, conchs, or any large univalve with a pointed caudal apex; 2. horn for signaling made from the budyung or one similar in appearance made from a carabao horn; 3. horn or whistle blown as a signal. Wà ku makabatì sa budyung sa alas síti, I didn’t hear the seven o’clock whistle; v. sound a budyung or any warning device. — kamwà n. tuns. — lungga n. true conchs. — sa lubut sa anay n. frog shells, so called from their openings which resemble a pig’s anus. — tambúlì n. helmet shells. — tangali n. tritons.


bug

Cebuano

jerk


búg

Cebuano

see bulug.


bug-at

Cebuano

a. 1. heavy; 2. difficult to accomplish, onerous. Bug-at nga taríya, Difficult task. Bug-at nga kaakúhan, Heavy responsibility; 3. heavy punishment, sorrows. Bug-at nga sílut, Heavy punishment; 4. grave, serious accusation. Bug-at ang pasángil nga gipahamtang kanímu, A grave accusation has been leveled against you; 5. for the muscles to be fatigued. Bug-at ning ákung buktun pagkinúgus nímu, My arms are exhausted from holding you; 6. — ang balatían dislike something strongly. Bug-at ang balatían nákù ánang nangulitáwu sa ákung anak, I dislike the man that is courting my daughter very much; 7. — ang buut 7a. see — ang balatían; 7b. be against one’s will. Gitugtan ku níya bisan bug-at sa íyang buut, He allowed me to do it even if it was against his will. — ang dughan be heavy-hearted, depressed. — ang dugù see — ang balatían. — ang kúmù pack a heavy punch. — nga masúgù gives commands in such a way that they must be accomplished rapidly and well. — ang nawung long-faced, unsmiling; v. 1. become heavy, onerous, grave; 2. — ang balatían, buut, dughan, dugù, nawung be disgusted, against one’s wishes, get a heavy heart, long-faced, etc. Ug manamkun ang ákung asáwa mubug-at ang íyang dugù magtan-aw nákù, When my wife is in the early stages of pregnancy, she can’t stand to look at me. Mubug-at íyang nawung ug sugúun, She gets a long face when I tell her to do something paN- v. 1. lift heavy things. Nabughat siya kay namug-at man, He had a relapse because he lifted heavy things; 2. to stiffen in order to become heavier. Lisud kang sakwátun kay mamug-at ka, You are hard to lift because you make yourself rigid. panghiN- v. see paN-, 2. pahiN- 1. see paN-, 2. 2. load something on someone else. Gipahimug-atan ang mutsatsa sa trabáhu maung mipaúlì, The work was loaded on the maid, so she returned home. pa- n. weight to weigh something down. ka-un(→), gi-un(→) n. 1. weight; 2. importance, influence. Ayawg tagáig gibug-atun tung kasabáa, Don’t give his reprimands any importance. see also tumuy.


bug-at

Cebuano

adj. weighty


bug-at

Cebuano

heavy


bug-átan

Cebuano

n. kind of cockles.


bug-os

Cebuano

absolute


bug-os

Cebuano

adj. perfect


bug-os

Cebuano

entire


bug-us

Cebuano

a. 1. final, resolute. Bug-us na ba ning ímung hukum? Is this decision of yours final? 2. given with entirety, nothing held back. Higugmáa ang Diyus sa bug-us mung kasingkásing, Love God with all your heart; v. 1. resolve with finality; 2. make something complete. Ihátag ang ímung láwas arun mabug-us ang átung gugma, Give your body to make our love complete; 3. be a godparent to a child both in baptism and confirmation or wedding. Suud kaáyu mi. Aku gánì nagbug-us ug kúgus sa íyang bátà, We are close friends. In fact I sponsored his child in baptism and confirmation. ka- n. 1. the state of being complete; 2. full moon. Háyag kaáyu rung gabhiúna kay kabug-us man, This evening it’s bright because there’s a full moon. ka-an n. finality. Ihátag ku nímung kabug-úsan sa ákung hukum ugmà, I’ll let you know what my final decision is tomorrow.


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